HSV & Immunity: Can I Get a 2nd Type of HSV?

On August 23, 2013, in Blog, Education, FAQ, by Admin

Many people ask about their immunity to a second type of HSV, after acquiring a first.   Immunity to a 2nd HSV type can actually vary from zero to nearly 100%, depending upon your immune system.  The document below explains how that works.   To view a .pdf version, click here.

 

Event Report: Walk for H (DC)

On July 28, 2013, in Blog, Event Reports, by Admin

A big thank you to all who participated in and contributed to the Walk for H in Washington DC! With your help, we were able to educate the public and 25,000 marathon participants, and raise funds to continue our mission to educate via more Walk for H events and Internet awareness campaigns. We look forward […]

 

“Is Valtrex Bad for my Liver?” How to Read Your Patient Medication Labels

On July 24, 2013, in Blog, by Admin

“Is Valtrex Bad for my Liver?” Let’s face it.  Technical stuff can be a bit confusing.  Medical technical stuff can be even worse.  Many people have a hard time deciphering their medicine labels and much misinformation and is spread as a result.  We’ve dissected the entire US Valtrex manual, including the patient label, so that […]

 

The Mexican HPV ‘Cure’: How Do You Say “Quack” in Spanish?

On July 22, 2013, in Blog, H News, by Admin

Dr. Ricardo Rosales down at Virolab in Mexico claims to have the cure to HPV, and even cervical cancer. His company, Virolab, attempted a few years ago to open shop in the US – even going so far as to pop up a shell company in California and file with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) […]

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Study Finds Protein Link to Sexually Transmitted Disease Susceptibility

On March 9, 2013, in Blog, H News, by Admin

Study finds protein link to sexually transmitted disease susceptibility From MedicalXpress February 28, 2013 in Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes It is estimated that 450 million people worldwide are newly infected with STIs each year. Chlamydia has the highest infection rate of all the STIs reported in Australia. The research, published today in the prestigious journal, Science, […]

 

Phases of HSV Acceptance (Text Only)

On January 26, 2013, in Blog, by Admin

Phases of Acceptance Phase : Diagnosis & Overreaction Emotional Feelings: Shock; Paranoia; Despair; Isolation Physical condition: May be having a nasty “first outbreak” State of Knowledge: Little accurate information; lots of misinformation Common Behaviors: Close off from the world; Halt sexual activity Phase 2: Under-react Emotional Feelings: Denial Physical condition: OB’s less frequent and less severe, learning how to manage with […]

 

What Would a Cure Actually Cure?

On January 1, 2013, in Blog, Education, by Admin

  We hear a lot of rumors from people about big pharma conspiracies and how they make more money off treatments than they would off cures.  These statements couldn’t be further off the mark. After 20 years, a patent on a medication expires.  Generics flood the market.  People get a full month’s worth of pills for […]

 

How Herpes has Affected Me

On December 25, 2012, in Blog, H Stories, by Admin

Hello, my name is Allan. I contracted herpes type 2 in February of 2012. It was a surprise,because the woman I had been dating for a while had claimed she was “Negative” for everything and we used condoms the first time we had sex. A week later I developed the classic flu-like symptoms and outbreak […]

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A Pimple on Prom Night

On December 25, 2012, in Blog, H Stories, by Admin

Back in the day… She was a little older; a down to earth gal.  I was divorced and had not dated in a few years. Then we met in our neighborhood; the attraction was mutual. As we courted and grew closer both emotionally and physically, our passion lit and we were together almost every day. […]

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